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University study can be a challenge… even more so if you have a disability or medical condition that you need to manage as well.

The University of Adelaide’s Disability Support team provide personalised advice and assistance to students with disability. Disability Advisors work with students to identify relevant Reasonable Adjustments, and provide information and advice about how to negotiate Reasonable Adjustments with academic staff.

Alternative Examination Arrangements

Alternative Examination Arrangements (AEA) for Semester 1 2021 will need to be processed by Disability Support, at the latest by Friday 7th May 2021. The Examinations and Results Office will not accept AEA requests from Disability Support, beyond this date.

The University will be closed for business on Monday 19 April through to Sunday 25 April. Monday 26 April is the Anzac Day public holiday. The University will reopen on Tuesday 27 April 2021.

Disability Support will be closed during the University Closure Period; however, we will be available for pre-booked appointments during this time.

Alternative examination arrangements

Who do we support?

Any student enrolled at the University of Adelaide with a diagnosed disability or ongoing medical condition may be eligible for assistance from Disability Support.

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How can we help?

Get information on how we can assist you with your studies.

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Register with Disability Support

Register for Disability Support by completing the online form.

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Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2020-2024

The University of Adelaide is committed to being welcoming and inclusive of staff and students with a disability.

Disability Inclusion Action Plan

Safer Campus Community

The University is committed to providing a safe and respectful environment for all members of our community.

The University provides a range of services and responses to assist in student safety. For more information, including how to access support, how to report an incident, and how you can play your role, see Safer Campus Community.

The NDCO (National Disability Coordination Officer) Program has developed some useful pre-planning tool-kits for people with disability entering higher education.

Where are we located?

North Terrace

Disability Support is located in Hughes Building, level 6, North Terrace campus.

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If you are unable to manage stairs, please refer to accessible routes shown on the campus map, or contact our office on 8313 5962 or disability@adelaide.edu.au. We will be able to advise you about the easiest accessible route based on where you will be entering the campus.

Roseworthy

Disability Support is provided to students at the Roseworthy campus through the Student Support Coordinator. 

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To connect with the service please see staff in Roseworthy Student Services Office in G5 of Roseworthy College Hall, Phone: 8313 7932 or email ssc@adelaide.edu.au.